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Amundsen and Scott Reflections

October 19th 1911. Scott bides his time at Cape Evans, his South Pole departure set for November 1. Amundsen is ready to set-off as soon as the ‘storms and gales’ abate. The race to the Pole is about to begin…

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2011 Expeditions

South Pole expedition fever is high! 2011 marks the centenary of Amundsen's and Scott’s expeditions to the South Pole. Historic events are top-of-mind and we are proud to support a number of Centenary expeditions.

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Historic Antarctic Circuit

"Everything that could swim in the way of a boat was out to meet us."
Sir Ernest Shackleton. On arriving in Punta Arenas from Elephant Island by the Chilean naval vessel Yelcho.

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ALE’s Experiences of Inland Traverses

ANI's parent company Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions (ALE) presented a Poster Paper and attended a workshop on Inland Traverses in Antarctica, hosted by the Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programs (COMNAP) in Stockholm on July 31

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New Lake Ellsworth Website

The Sub-glacial Lake Ellsworth Consortium have launched a new website for the Lake Ellsworth drilling project. www.ellsworth.org.uk

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Updated Salt Lake City office address

Following advice from the US Postal Service we have updated our Salt Lake City office address.

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ANI welcomes Stephanie Taylor

Stephanie Taylor has worked in the travel industry for 15 years - and has loved every minute of it.

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Fun Facts. Seriously Informative

Did you know...Captain Robert Falcon Scott was the first person to take flight in Antarctica, that leaf fossils collected by Scott’s expedition were central to the theory of Gondwana, and that Antarctica has not just one but four Poles?

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ALE named primary logistics provider

ANI's parent company, Antarctic Logistics and Expeditions (ALE), has been named as the primary logistics provider for a major scientific undertaking in West Antarctica.

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Amundsen and Scott Centenaries

It's been 100 years since Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott raced to the South Pole.

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